Without A Spark by George Berger

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Small towns sometimes hold the biggest secrets.

Kevin should know; attending college in sleepy little Mud River, he's got plenty of secrets of his own. None of them, however, can explain why he and his co-ed roommate are being framed for ecoterrorism. Untangling that mystery would probably be easy, if his personal, professional, and love lives didn't keep getting in the way.

He's sure common sense and reason will prevail, and that his actual innocence will see him through. When dead bodies start turning up, however, he knows the government might well throw reason to the wind...

Without A Spark is a 210-page novel about life, love, ecoterrorism, the people who commit it--and the people who take the blame.

About George Berger

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The author has written for "Sounds", "Melody Maker" and Amnesty International amongst others. His previous book was a biography of the Levellers: "State Education/No University".
Published December 9, 2011 by The Usual Suspects Publishing Co. Ltd. GmbH. 216 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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